(Insert graphic(s) here. Clan Symbol and Bloodline symbol. Maybe also a Covenant symbol if covenant-specific bloodline. Mileage dependent on your level of wiki-fu).
Teaser and Introduction to basic concept of the bloodline. Typically, no more than 2-3 paragraphs, maybe from the bloodline write-up or summary of mission/purpose/focus of bloodline. The purpose is to whet the interest of potential players and give them a feel for what the bloodline means and if their character is a good fit or not.
Bloodline Disciplines: Don't link to any. We don't do that.
Source: List the book name and the page number. If Custom, say "Custom" and have the App# and a Contact person.
Put the weakness here. Do not put the mechanics. Put the flavor.
History and Culture:
A few paragraphs go here. More if the bloodline is older and/or the history is important. I'd look at this document for the bloodline's inception date as well; you can't be a member of a bloodline before it existed.
What's their standing in modern nights? What's their standing among the parent clan? What's their standing with the various covenants? Touch on these briefly here.
If the bloodline has a unique discipline, it goes here. You want to avoid hard-and-fast mechanical descriptions and go with pure flavor. If the bloodline discipline is found on another page from the bloodline write-up, it goes here as well.
If the bloodline does not have a unique discipline, but has devotions for the bloodline only, delete the Level 1-5 section and just list the devotions, their pre-requisites and XP cost. Avoid the mechanics of the devotion and go with flavor.
If the bloodline has neither unique discipline or unique devotions, just delete this entire section from your write-up.
• Level 1
•• Level 2
••• Level 3
•••• Level 4
••••• Level 5
PC Names go here. If you had a really cool NPC, that's goes on your PC's bio page.
Categories: Add in Category:Bloodlines, Category:(Clan) Bloodline, and Category:(Clan) to insure the page gets sorted properly.